Andalusians which are originated from Spain are baroque horses. They in fact are called Pura Raza Espanola, brief PRE. They are worldwide known as a noble, robust, courageous and very towards people oriented breed. The name Andalusian applies to horses with foreign crossings by Thoroughbred or Arab ... More about the horse breed Andalusian
Magico VIII is one of the most popular stallions in the breed with over 100 offspring that have gained over 200 major show titles. He has sired 13 National Champions with 70 titles at breed national shows. Magico himself has 5 national championships under both USEF and Spanish judges. He has 18 movement and high point of show awards. You only pay breeding booking fee up front. Stud fee is only due when your mare is confirmed in foal. He has offspring that are gray, bay, chestnut and black, depending on the color genetics of the mare. Stud fee for purebred Andalusian or Lusitano mares $1950; crosses to other breeds (Arab, Qtr H, Percheron, etc) $950. Magico is IALHA and Spanish ANCCE registered and approved for breeding.